“The fact that after marriage, we are expected to keep everything sexy and sexual for only our partner is what leads to jealousy and insecurity,” Dr. Joe Kort, a sex and relationship therapist, tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
“The value has been to give false security to a partner — that if I go underground now with my sexual and sensual attractiveness, then you’ll be safe and we avoid infidelity. I think it’s the other way around. Talking openly about it and keeping it alive while maintaining the strength and attachment of the relationship is important.”
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